Guidelines for Designing Visual Ontologies to Support Knowledge Identification

@article{Bera2011GuidelinesFD,
  title={Guidelines for Designing Visual Ontologies to Support Knowledge Identification},
  author={Palash Bera and Andrew Burton-Jones and Yair Wand},
  journal={MIS Quarterly},
  year={2011},
  volume={35},
  pages={883-908}
}
OWL is the most recently developed ontology language from the W3C. OWL is based on RDF (resource description framework), which is accepted as a formal language of meta-data describing any web resources. The key constructs of OWL are classes, individuals, and properties. Classes in OWL are intended to represent concepts in a domain. OWL classes are associated with a set of individuals (or instances) that represent objects in the domain. OWL properties are used to assert general facts about… CONTINUE READING

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